Doctors Confirm Young Ontario Woman Likely Paralyzed by Moderna COVID-19 Booster – Offer Euthanasia as a Remedy [Video]

by J Pelkey
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Kayla Pollock, a 37-year-old mother from Ontario, faced devastating paralysis after receiving a Moderna COVID-19 booster shot, which doctors confirmed was connected to the vaccine, as reported by the Canadian Independent.

Her ordeal began on February 22, 2022, when she woke up unable to move her body, ultimately diagnosed with transverse myelitis. Despite months of hospitalization and rehabilitation, including offers of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) – which she refused – Kayla still experiences paralysis from the neck down and struggles with daily tasks. Her application for compensation through the federal Vaccine Injury Support Program has been fraught with challenges, leaving her in a difficult financial situation.

An organization, Veterans 4 Freedom, has set up a GiveSendGo campaign to help her raise funds for a service dog to assist with daily tasks and provide companionship.

The donations will also go towards acquiring a wheelchair-accessible van tailored to the dimensions and weight requirements of Kayla’s electric wheelchair.

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“Due to her story spreading around the globe, we believe we can fundraise enough to purchase a wheelchair van to improve her quality of life. Kayla requires a wheelchair-capable van that is specific to the size and weight of her electric wheelchair.  There are several companies in Canada that are able to provide Kayla with the vehicle she needs.  We will be talking to several different dealerships over the next few weeks to discuss options.  As soon as quotes are available, we will post the details and update the goals,” stated the GiveSendGo update.

The Canadian Independent sat down with Kayla to discuss her daily struggle living with the severe vaccine injury.


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